• Focusing on personal art projects

    May 2018 marked the beginning of a new artistic chapter in my professional practice.
    I am focusing on my art making , collaborations with other artists, businesses, and expanding into science based endeavors. It has been a marvelous 14 years of teaching weekly classes in the studio. I will continue to teach workshops and lead fun loving artventure seeking souls to New Mexico and beyond.

  • Whiteline two evening class this October in the studio

    October 13th and 14th 6-9PM. Carve day one print the second. $90. Check the portfolio page for specifics and sign up for the class.

  • Collaborations Bay Willow Designs etc.

    Well what do you do when you live in such an active arts community? You reach out and see how you can play together in the studio
    Jill Luigs ,fabric artist and I are teaming up to teach three workshops this fall at Bay Willow Designs. Hand printing on wearable and decorative sewn creations are being offered. Best to keep your eye out for posts.

    Plans to work with Nida Bangash on a book. Nida is a talented miniaturist painter, think illuminations. Coming to a gallery relatively soon.

    Wendolyn Mercado photographer, leather artist and free spirit we are brainstorming about how to combine our artist sensibilities into workshop form.

    Just the tip of the iceberg.

  • Nature Printmaking Society Workshops

    At the end of October you'll find me in Little Switzerland North Carolina at Wildacres Retreat Center right along the Blue Ridge Mountains. Being among such a gifted scientific group is such a treat. Although this year I will be sharing two print techniques collagraph and chine colle with drypoint I will be a student as well.

    Don't be surprised if you may catch the whiff of a few trout or octopi wafting from my studio in McKinney. No doubt I will share what I learn with the anglers in the community.

  • Returning to Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu NM

    September is filled with opportunities. To my surprise I will be returning to Ghost Ranch for two weeks of service and art making. Traveling with a writer friend of mine you never know what collaboration may occur. Ghost Ranch is one of my favorite haunts. I loved leading a workshop there Peace in Action through Printmaking and the Written Word a couple of years ago.

  • Passionate Hearts for McKinney Arts

    Happy to be donating a work for this worthwhile event. October 6th at the Eldorado Country club benefiting the Heard Craig Center for the Arts and the Arts and Music Guild. Both entities support the arts through outreach and exposure to the visual and performing arts.

  • Poetry and art together again

    Year two of creating an original piece of artwork for the Mockingbird Poetry Society of Dallas. Last year it was in response to Richard Blanco poems. The show of the work will be at the McKinney MPAC center October 8th.
    I will keep the poem a secret yet I will say the subject matter dovetails perfectly with my sensibilities.

  • North Texas Printmakers Guild Show

    August 22nd through Thursday September 15th at the collin College Gallery at Spring Creek Campus. See this stellar show of fellow print makers I have 6 pieces in the show. Four out of the six were created within August 2016.
    The reception is September 1st 4-7PM.

  • City of McKinney owns my art

    My prize winning woodcut "One" has been purchased by the City of McKinney for their permanent collection. I must admit this was an image I was sad to see go. The print was created in response to a poem written by Alice Canestaro-Garcia from San Antonio. Happy in the end that it will be enjoyed by many.

  • SO BUSY!!!!!!!

    Phew.....lots of exciting projects going on in the studio and beyond.

    First off I had the pleasure of working with TUPPS brewery in McKinney designing an original woodblock design for their limited edition craft beer. Soon it will be on the shelves all over the state of Texas. McKinney Imperial Red Rye. The project was such a success I have been asked to create original artwork for two more of their brews.

  • Offering a Printmaiking Workshop at the Studio Wednesdays 5-7PM

    Hands on printmaking 101 on steroids. Finding the offering so popular I need to open up another section. Additional class 7:20-9:20PM Wednesday. To register contact me via this website. Most supplies covered.

  • I am the new Exhibit Curator

    Thrilled to join the staff at the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary . My interest in art,science and education all rolled into one. Loving it thus far. Always different, great for brainstorming. I am diligently putting together a new exhibit.

  • Opened my first Etsy Shop!

    Lynne Hubner Prints is its name. There you will find linocuts, woodcuts, monotypes etc and some artistic doodlings for purchase.

  • Showing at the Heard Craig Center for the Arts in McKinney TX

    Patterns: Art and Tea Cup runs December 21st through January 10th.

  • McKinney Art Studio Tour November 14th and 15th

    The studio will be open and offering prints on paper and fabric this year. Shibori and Nature printed scarves will be for sale.

  • Teaching a series of workshops at the Studio signup/pay through portfolio

    Busy as always. Sign up for workshops and weekly classes are made easier through checking the portfolio section of teh website. I will continue to update workshops there.

  • Mixing Art With Poetry

    Responding to poetry or any form of written word is a favorite endeavor of mine. Recently I had the pleasure to be asked to choose one or more of Richard Blancos poems to capture visually for the Mockingbird Poetry Society Event in McKinney TX.
    I decided to create two responses. One was to his early poem Mail for Mama and his most recent marking the opening of relations with Cuba. It was a heartfelt multi layered push and pull of ideas and imagery within the studio.
    Talking to Richard Blanco at the opening he commented that the writing of poetry and process of making a print are very similar. I do agree.

  • Brilliant experiences teaching workshops in Boise

    Whiteline and Monotypes two days of intense work and discovery. It is always a pleasure to work with such interesting giving artists. Amy Nack of Wingtip Press is a marvelous person. I would recommend visiting her and participating in her annual fundraiser Leftovers. http://www.wingtippress.com/

  • Exciting opportunity of Printing 100 plus year old woodcuts

    I became a sleuth and part art historian while I learned about an amazing painter and printmaker who worked in Chicago and Texas. I was commissioned to print these beautiful creations for a family gift.

  • Working on a project that includes research, delving into the past and having the opportunity to work with well crafted carvings

    Details will follow...

  • pleasantly busy

    Hosted 20 girl scouts working toward their jewelry badge. Whew what a time. Lots of positive energy and creative students.

  • On the road

    The last few months have been full of adventure and travel. My destination workshop held at Adobe Abode in downtown Santa Fe was a hit. Printing, wire wrapping ,touring NM and making tamales at the cooking school all made for an amazing week. Thank you to all of the participants.

    I recently returned from teaching at Wildacres Retreat in Little Switzerland NC with the Nature Printmaking Society. Beautiful facilities, gorgeous vistas we were able to witness the change of colors through out the week. Wonderful people and amazing work produced.

    Salt Lake City is my next stop to teach a Whiteline workshop to a group of talented artists. Thank you Marie English for organizing this adventure. As an added bonus I will be staying with a dear friend of mine from grad school. A care package of Tamales will be packed up alongside my carving tools for the class.

    The North Texas Printmaking Guild is still zipping along. The summer has been a busy one for the members. Terri of Paper Arts fame was most generous with her studio. She gave a hands on experience to the group. we are continuing to offer hands on projects for our monthly meetings.

  • Just a few wonderful events

    Featured artist Orisons Gallery during McKinney's Art In Bloom Festival April 12th. The show is open through the end of April.

    Opening Nature Bats Last Jaycee Park Center for the Arts April 13th 2-5PM The show runs through the end of the month.

    Family fun day of printing at the Georgetown Art Centre April 26th

    Whiteline workshop at my studio in McKinney May 3rd 10AM-4PM
    Check News for more information,about happenings, workshops opportunities.

    Monoprint/monotype workshop one day at my studio in McKinney May 10th 10AM-4PM. Then come to Orisons and attend the opening for NTPG's fundraiser for CASA.

  • How busy it has been!

    Whew just returned from Santa Fe from a week of being a student for a change. Met some wonderful people from around the country. Dan Weldon was wonderful as was the facility at Making Art Safely. I can not wait to get my hands on the new run of solar plates.

  • Monoprint/monotype Workshop

    Monoprint/monotype one day workshop at my studio. Spaces are limited . We will do drypoint and experiment with Akua inks to create one of a kind imagery. 10AM- 4PM Bring a variety of print papers, and images to use as an example for your drypoint. We will work with 9" x 12" plexi plates.

  • Whiteline workshop in my McKinney Studio

    Whiteline workshop May 3rd 10AM-4PM . Bring a 6"x 8" sketch or a selection of photocopies for reference with high contrast, pencils and a small wood carving set. A small "v" gouge or small mm "c" gouge will work well. I will have Exacto knives for use . Please bring either a set of pan or tube watercolor with you as well. I will have some to share at the studio too. Register by contacting me through this website.

  • *Sign up for Santa Fe art workshop at Adobe Abode B and B*

    Santa Fe Art Destination Workshop Lynne Hubner Lynnehubnerprints.com
    August 16th - 21st. 2014
    Adobe abode B and B 201 Chapelle Street Santa Fe. NM

    The Adobe Abode B and B the location of our workshop is 3 blocks from the Plaza ,one block from the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, with a similar distance to the Convention Center even the Rail Depot is within walking distance.. It has been granted a 95 walkscore. Location location location.

    The structure of the B and B was built in 1907 and has been completely refurbished while retaining the charm of Santa Fe. Each room has a coffee maker and refrigerator for your convenience.The main building has complimentary snacks, sherry and a relaxing living area with all sorts of reference material for additional adventures in the area.

    Nellie our accomplished host is a foodie, visual artist,massage therapist and her knowledge of Santa Fe is encyclopedic.Her welcoming nature will make you feel right at home. She will prepare our breakfasts each morning and add to our memorable stay.( If you are interested in a massage with advance notice Nellie may schedule an onsite session.)

    Our workshop dates will overlap a portion of Indian Market week as a result there will be many gallery openings, live music on the Plaza, and a heightened influx of creative energy in downtown. Participants are able to easily access what Santa Fe has to offer by simply taking a stroll. Although a car is not necessary to tour if you wish to bring one there is one car per room free reserved parking.Those wishing to fly to Santa fe or arrive via Albuquerque will find easy transport directly to the B and B.

    Our workshop will begin
    Saturday evening with a wine and cheese reception and a general orientation. Feel free to walk to the Plaza and soak in the atmosphere. One of my favorite things to do is walk the labyrinth at St Francis Cathedral just a block off the square at night. Beautifully quiet, cold on my feet, helping to focus and prepare for the journey with new and old friends…. followed by hearing the music from cozy restaurants and doing a little window shopping.

    Sunday morning breakfast then studio instruction time with lunch provided.Tour of Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Access to studio materials and space will be available throughout the day. Afternoon evening free.The Whitehawk Annual Antiques Show held at the nearby convention center spans August 15-18th. You may consider buying a ticket. One day pass $10 three day admission is $17. Keep your eyes open for inspiration..beads, images, we will use all of this in our art.

    Monday Foodie Day morning breakfast, Cooking class at Santa Fe Cooking School (lunch included) 10AM-1PM, Tour of two chocolate lovers shops, then an opportunity to visit bead shops for goodies, studio time, dinner on your own if you still have room:)

    Tuesday morning breakfast ,Optional drive to Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu sketching and photography opportunities, tour of the”White Place” if weather permits, lunch at Bodies on your own. Free day to tour Santa Fe. Open studio all day,time for sketching use of the printing press. Creating beautiful jewelry from your finds. Evening. Dinner on own.

    Wednesday morning breakfast, printing and jewelry creation studio time, lunch on own. Finish up art projects. Tour some of your favorite spots in Santa Fe and stock up on souvenirs for the family.

    The Head of the Press at the Palace of Governors in Santa Fe, Tom Leech, has confirmed our private hands on printmaking workshop at the facility Wednesday August 20th 1-4 PM. We will receive a tour and get our hands dirty:) This is in addition to our own printing at the B and B.
    http://www.palaceofthegovernors.org/PrintShop/hmpg.html you may read about the space .
    Fortunately for us A Gustave Baumann exhibit will be up in Santa Fe at the same time.
    Check out some of Gustave's work http://www.owingsgallery.com/artists/gustave-baumann/

    Thursday morning breakfast, show and tell, check out by noon.

    Price of workshop includes 5 nights lodging, four gourmet cooked breakfasts by Nellie, a wine /cheese reception, admission to Georgia O’Keeffe’s Museum, a hands on cooking class at the Santa Fe Cooking School, Two lunches, A hands on printmaking class at The Palace of Governors Print facility,An optional sightseeing trip to Ghost Ranch/Abiquiu and of course a jewelry printmaking hands on workshop with access to tools including an etching press during your stay taught by Lynne Hubner MFA.

    Cancellations less than 60 days prior to workshop start date August 16th will result in forfeiture of funds.
    Payment for workshop to be directed to Lynne Hubner 613 Fallenbranch Drive McKinney TX. 75070
    Checks written to Lynne Hubner
    Credit card payment accepted with a 4% processing fee.

  • Hard to believe it is 2014!

    2014 will be peppered with workshops here in McKinney at my studio and in places far and wide. I will continue to offer Art of the Month Thursday afternoons, a home school class Thursday mornings and a drawing and printmaking course held Tuesdays 4:30-6PM throughout spring 2014.

    January is starting out with a bang. The North Texas Printmakers Guild Show A Printmaker's Sampler will have its opening January 9th at the Keller City Town Hall. 7-9 PM The show represents work from 21 print makers in that reside in the North Texas Region. A myriad of techniques and points of view will be displayed. The show runs January 6 - 30, 2014 • 8 am to 5 pm Monday - Friday

    January starts Print Austin. I will be participating in the bin fest at Big Medium Gallery at Canopy in Austin TX January 19, 2014, Big Medium Gallery at Canopy, 12-6 PM
    916 Springdale Rd, Bldg. 2, Suite 101, Austin, TX 78702

  • impRESS show Frisco TX

    Stop on by the Frisco Art Gallery at the Frisco Discovery Center 8004N Dallas Pkwy Frisco TX January 22nd 7-9PM for the reception, informal gallery talk and panel discussion.

  • Print Austin

    Come on down to Austin during Print Austin
    Whiteline Printmaking: A new twist to an American Invention*
    Artist Lynne Hubner will share the history of this meditative approach developed in Provincetown, Massachusetts in 1915. The benefit of creating a multicolored print by carving a solitary block will be demonstrated. Alternative matrices will be prepared and inked to show how you may used recycled material to achieve professional results while opening up possibilities for artists with limited hand strength and or confidence in carving. A non toxic approach with a built in registration system you may work on where ever you may travel. No press required.
    Artist: Lynne Hubner
    Time: 1-4 pm
    Location: WPA Studio, Pump Project Satellite, 1109B Shady Lane, Austin

  • Teaching at Flatbed Press April 5-6th

    Monotype/Monoprint Extravaganza
    April 5-6, 2014
    10:00AM - 4:00 PM

    This is an opportunity to use water-based Akua Intaglio and Akua Kolor inks and utilize elements from your past linocuts, woodcuts, or etchings to create new works of art. Learn how to prepare chine colle’ papers, create trace monotypes and use stencils. Everyone will have the opportunity to make drypoints and carved relief textures to incorporate into their intuitive compositions. All levels welcome! This class is great for someone who has taken classes in the past and still has their plates!

    Tuition: $175
    * plus a $10 materials fee
    Maximum Enrollment: 6

    Printmaker Lynne Hubner runs an active print studio in the historic district of McKinney, TX and is founder of the North Texas Printmakers Guild. Hubner earned her BFA at Manhattanville College studying printmaking under John Ross. Her MFA is from the University of North Texas in Denton ,TX. Hubner is an instructor at the Women Printmakers of Austin, Burning Bones Press in Houston, Ghost Ranch of Abiquiu New Mexico, a guest instructor with the Nature Printmaking Society at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology and was a featured artist for PrintHouston Rockin’ and Rollin’ Prints. Her work celebrates the spirit of the people and places she has encountered.Her work is represented by Orisons of McKinney, TX and Davis and Blevins Gallery of St. Jo, Texas.

  • Show at Orisons

    May NTPG is returning to Orisons Gallery in Downtown McKinney for another benefit show. Details will follow.

  • Summer a time for travel and two amazing workshops

    Burning Bones Press Monoprint/monotype extravaganza with Chine Colle workshop was received well. The two day was filled with very busy artists, pizza from Pinks, great conversation, gallery hopping and two very large work tables filled with freshly made prints. Pleased to see such enthusiasm and the desire to experiment more.

    Women Printmakers of Austin Whiteline class went well. To see the works in progress was thrilling. Beautiful. Pictures of both workshops are on my FB page.

    NY with family as always is rejuvenating.

  • Return to Mckinney after an active September

    Who knew you could carry all of your supplies for two workshops in a large backpack in carry on on 6 flights? Well it is possible. That is thanks to the generosity of Amy Nack at Wingtip Press who had all the Akua Inks one could ever desire at her facility. We made a run to the hardware store and my exacto knife holders were again primed with blades. Amazing security did open my bag a couple of times thinking my brayers were knives. Hmmmm. Go figure.
    The two day monoprint/monotype workshop went well. So many talented artists and fun people I would choose to do a residency here. It is a very positive place. My house is peppered with art made by Boise artists.

    Charleston Oregon was my next stop to teach a Whiteline course for the Nature Printmaking Society. Beautiful setting, the center for marine biology is a superb facility and the resulting art was amazing. I learned so much from the artists who have focused their energies in bringing attention to nature. Direct and indirect fish printing, printing seaweed and kelp. Everyone dove right in and carved, printed and displayed their work at an evening sharing event. There was so much variety in all of the workshops being taught that week. I will be teaching another workshop with NPS in October 2014 at Wildacres in North Carolina.

  • Teacher enrichment Classes for Summer/Fall 2013

    Lynne Hubner MFA Master Printmaker
    Lynne Hubner Studio Art House McKinney 502N Kentucky McKinney , TX 75069

    Workshop Offerings for Teacher Enrichment summer 2013- fall 2014. The following classes will be offered through out the year. dates and times will be updated as required.

    Whiteline Print
    *This is a 6 hour class 10AM-4PM
    We will create 6"X 8" multi colored prints through the use of this technique developed in 1915 New England. One woodblock, one carving tool, watercolors and a spoon. We will cover image transfer to the block, carving, registration and inking techniques. A history of the origin of this process with examples for inspiration will be covered. Students should come to class with drawings and or photo reference, a selection of watercolor or gouache in tube or pan form. Whitelines are carved creating moats around our color fields. This approach may be applied to linoleum, or styrofoam for students in a young elementary setting. Since all colors are created on one block there is no waste . A very economical process and it is highly transportable. No press is required to make a print although the how tos of printing on a press will also be covered.

    Akua Trace Prints and Monotypes
    *June 22 or July 24th This is a 3 hour class 9-noon
    So are you tired of wasting ink? Have the opportunity to work with Akua soy based intaglio ink that cleans up with soap and water. Your students may work with the same ink palette over a period of two weeks. It has a long work time. For this workshop bring sketches or photocopied images with you. We'll play with color and line, layering, stencils and inking. Free form hand printing and use of the etching press will be used. One sheet of printmaking paper will be provided. Additional sheets available for purchase.

    Delicate Drypoint Etchings/ and Chine Colle
    *This is a 3 hour class 1-4PM.
    We will translate your sketch to a plexiglass plate, using non toxic Akua ink proper inking of an intaglio plate will be covered. We will also be able to add color to our work through using cut colored japanese paper. Proper glue techniques for our japanese papers will be addressed. Artists will take home a drypoint plate, and have the opportunity to make 5 prints during the class.
    One sheet of printmaking paper and a selection of japanese paper provided. Additional sheets available for purchase.

    Jewelry Camp for Adults:Why should the kids have all the fun?"
    10 hours 7-9:30PMThis class may be divided into 2 1/2 hr classes. Price determined according to supplies required.
    Wire Wrapping 101 and Beyond Learn the basics and graduate to a making a beautiful charm necklace out of found and provided materials. We'll do a round robin bracelet as well. Bring a sampling of beads to share and or cool game pieces made of wood,or metal. I will have plenty of beads, wire, chain, findings and tools for you all to work with. Wire wrap techniques covered will allow you to make earrings, create cages for irregular tumbled ceramics/stones, make your own jump rings, and make” insta” jewelry out of found materials. A list of local suppliers of jewelry findings, stones and oddball treasures will be shared. Terminology, and tools will be covered.
    Inspiration may be found in Calder’s wire jewelry, quirky recycled jewelry created from reclaimed necklaces and pins from the past, outsider art and one’s imagination.

    Basic Linocut Printmaking.
    September 22nd This is a 6 hour class ( September class 1-7PM)
    We will cover the use of tools, materials and registration. Bring sketches, and or photo reference for a 6"x8" linoleum plate. Choose an image that has strong contrast. We will print by hand as well as on the press with water based inks. A demonstration of transferring an image to other plates will be shown as a window to printing with multiple plates in the future. All materials provided. A list of local suppliers will be covered and an opportunity to peruse a large collection of print exchanges will be available to spur the imagination.

    *Collagraphs 6 hour class divided into two 3 hour classes.
    Plates are created from a combination of materials: cardboard, mat board, fabric, sandpaper, twine, pasta, tape , gesso, acrylic medium etc. You get the idea. This is a two part class. During the first meeting we will create the plates, discuss process and ways to share this technique with students by introducing architecture. Also a demonstration of making mini card collagraphs will be covered. The minis are easily hand printed.
    Part 2 of 2 Collagraph here we will use a variety of inking techniques and print on the etching press. We will work with waterbased inks.Each participant will receive a large sheet of heavy weight print paper. More sheets will be available for purchase.
    class we will print wet on wet ink due to time limitations. Participants will have the option of printing by hand or with a press. This process also works with wood preferably a high quality plywood.

    *Gelatin Monotypes 3 hour class
    September 29th 1-4PM
    No carving required. A free form of printing with waterbased inks, brushes, stencils, and found materials. Learn registration, application of inks, printing and how to make your own plate at home. We will pick some flowers, and leaves to use alongside office supplies, stamps etc to create our images. One sheet of rives bfk lightweight paper is provided. More sheets available for purchase however I would recommend you bring a collection of papers from home or what you would traditionally use in the classroom to see a variety of results. Non toxic and easily accessible for a variety of age groups. Prints may be used as is or as the basis for cards, collage material or covers for handmade books. This is a cool weather workshop available in the fall, winter and spring. Call for dates.

    Registration by contacting lynnehubner@gmail.com . Visit lynnehubnerprints.com for updates on additional workshop listings and events. Courses may be scheduled for groups for dates not listed in the above. A 50% non refundable deposit is required to hold a spot one week in advance.
    Checks or credit cards are accepted. Send payment and name, date, name of course to Lynne Hubner 613 Fallenbranch Drive McKinney, TX 75070. All courses are at the second floor studio at the Art House.
    Teacher Enrichment/Adult Workshops with Lynne Hubner MFA*
    Check all that apply and circle date desired : Teachers secure approval from principal to receive PD credit.

  • February and March Workshops

    February and March Workshops
    Basic Linocut Printmaking. We will cover the use of tools, materials and registration. Bring sketches, and or photo reference for a 6"x8" linoleum plate. Choose an image that has strong contrast. We will print by hand as well as on the press with water based inks. This is a 6 hour class. $80. All materials provided. February 23rd 10AM-4PM with an optional break for lunch.

    Collagraphs . March 22th Friday 6-9 Collagraph plates and printing. Plates are created from a combination of materials and mediums. We will develop the plates during this evening. Part 1 of 2.

    Saturday March 23th 10AM-Noon Part 2 of 2 Collagraph here we will use a variety of inking techniques and print on the etching press. We will begin with waterbased inks then move to oil based . We will clean up with earth friendly cleansers. Each participant will receive a large sheet of heavy weight print paper. More sheets will be available for purchase.

  • April Workshops

    April Workshops
    Trace Prints and Monotypes Tuesday April 9th 6PM-9PM
    No carving required. Bring sketches or photocopied images with you. We'll play with color and line, layering and inking. Free form hand printing and use of the etching press.

    Whiteline Print
    April 27th Friday 10AM-4PM
    We will create 6"X 8" multicolored prints through the use of this technique developed in 1915 New England. One woodblock, one carving tool, watercolors and a spoon. We will cover image transfer to the block, carving and inking techniques. A brief history with examples for inspiration will also be covered. Students should come to class with drawings and or photo reference, a selection of watercolors or gouache in tube or pan form. The whitelines are carved creating moats around our color fields. Registration through lynnehubnerprints.com contact


    Quick hands on projects to jump start the season of giving.
    Compact Collagraphs Mini sized plates requiring no carving or wait time for drying. Perfect sized for stationary, book illustrations and sending in the mail as gifts. Materials to make 5 cards included. You take home the plate, cards, and the know how to print multiples. $35 per person. 2Hr Class. November 14th 7-9 PM or December 4th 7-9 PM

    Unique Marks: Basic carving and stamping. Make your own personal stamp to use on holiday cards, tags or wrapping paper. You keep the stamp,cards you make, and a sheet of decorative paper to wrap a gift for that special someone. $35 2 Hr class. November 27th 6-8 PM or December 6th 6-8 PM

    Save That Wrapping Paper! We all had one...the relative who meticulously unwrapped each gift so as to save the paper. Well we'll make good use of that by making paper beads for a bracelet and pair of earrings. $35 2 Hr Class. Bring your paper. Directions and fun provided.December 4th or 8th 10 -Noon.

    Delicate Drypoint Etchings We will translate your sketch to a plexi glass plate, using non toxic Akua ink proper inking of an intaglio plate will be covered. Artists will take home a drypoint plate, and have the opportunity to make 5 prints during the class session. $70 4 Hr class.December 8th 1-5PM

  • North Texas Printmakers Guild Inaugural Show

    Come by the*Irving Art Center Sunday November the 4th 2-4 PM* for our first show as a newly minted print group. I will be doing a lino relief printmaking demo with my trusty mini etching press. I should begin applying stickers on the underside of the press bed to mark all the fun places it has been sharing the good news of printmaking.

  • Ghost Ranch Peace in Action Through Printmaking and the Written Word a success!

    Mark your calendars for October 7-13th 2013. I will be returning to Georgia O'Keeffe"s old stomping ground again. We will pepper our course with side trips including the monastery.

  • Phew!

    It has been a VERY BUSY last few weeks. All good of course. Classes have started again at the studio in McKinney and Celina. I presented printmaking at the McKinney Art Club. Great fun. Just got back from teaching two sessions of Save a Tree reductive woodblock printmaking at WPA. The Women Printmaker's of Austin Studio. Prep for Ghost Ranch is in full force as I continue my usual teaching schedule.

    The North Texas Printmakers Guild is up and running. One show scheduled and another in the works for the month of December. We will begin portfolio exchanges and discuss possible meet up dates in the coming weeks.

    As for Adult one day workshops at the studio. I am working on schedules and will post soon.

    I finished carving the new linoleum ticket for the McKinney Art Tour to be held November 10th and 11th. This year attendees will be able to purchase tickets at venues in McKinney as well as online.

  • North Texas Printmakers Guild is here!

    Yes the group we have all been waiting for. We jumped in and will have our inaugural get together August 18th at Iron Frog Press in Dallas.

  • Kyoto Study Fruitful

    Japanese Bookbinding in Kyoto was wonderful. held at the Women of Kyoto house in a wooden structure over 100 years old it reminded me of The Art House where I have my studio.

  • Amazing how the internet erases miles...

    Just received a recommendation for a site that defines printmaking types from a middle school student. Thank you Carly! She and her summer art workshop buddies have been busy. Check out what she found:
    http://www.barcodesinc.com/articles/fine-art-techniques-printmaking-basics.htm Continued success on your art studies!

  • July Printmaking workshops

    I'll be back from Japan with new inspiration to share with you. The following workshops meet for 6 Hrs. Some will meet two times but will add up to 6 hrs of instruction/ studio time. In some cases this was to done to allow more time for carving or drying times of plates for proper printing. Cost of a 6 hr. workshop is $80. This includes materials and instruction. You may wish to purchase your own tools to continue your exploration in the print arts on your own.

    July 20th Friday 10-4PM Introduction to Linocuts , will cover the use of tools , materials and registration. Bring sketches, and or photo reference for a 6"x8" linoleum plate. Choose an image that has strong contrast. We will print by hand as well as on the press with water based inks.

    July 24th Tuesday 6-9 Collagraph plates and printing. Plates are created from a combination of materials and mediums. We will develop the plates during this evening. Part 1 of 2.

    July 26th Thursday 6-9 PM Part 2 of 2 Collagraph here we will use a variety of inking techniques and print on the etching press. We will begin with waterbased inks then move to oil based . We will clean up with earth friendly cleansers. each participant will receive a large sheet of heavy weight print paper. more sheets will be available for purchase.

    July 28th Saturday 1-7PM Make a pocket sized Japanese bound book. and simple no sew minis. We will cover construction, materials, tools and suppliers in the DFW area.

    July 31st Tuesday3 Color Woodcut. How to carve, transfer your key block to subsequent blocks for carving.This is part one of two sessions. Bring 6"x 8" sketches and or photocopies to class so we may jump in and carve. Simplify , Simplify, Simplify . If you are new to carving I can not stress that enough. Students will be required to continue to carve carve carve between class times

    August 2nd 6-9 PM Thursday Part two of three color wood cut. Time to print print print. We will use Japanese and western papers for our editions. Variations in inking techniques will be demonstrated for you to explore. Printing will be done by hand.

    To register contact me via this website. A minimum of 3 students are needed for a class to make. Please sign up no later than two days before class. Students signing up for two separate workshops will receive a 10% discount. A 50% deposit is required for all workshops with full payment due the day of the class.

  • On the road, plane, train, and foot

    Off to Japan soon.Will be bringing back plenty of pictures and new found techniques to share with others and incorporate into my work.


    Mark your calenders Michele Bernard and myself will be teaching a workshop set in magnificent New Mexico. Georgia O'Keeffe's old stomping ground. Peace in Action Through Printmaking and Written Word will be held October 7- 13th.
    Explore the meaning of peace in action and how it manifests itself in your own personal journey. To make positive impact in your immediate sphere of influence, creatively and otherwise, you must first make peace with yourself. The course will combine hands-on nontoxic printmaking techniques with guided-writing prompts and exercises that challenge you to examine various themes and implement subtle changes that bring about monumental rewards. Class size is limited. Register through Ghostranch.org

  • Rock and Rollin Prints in Houston 2012

    April 15th I will be out there inking and celebrating year two of this well organized event.

  • Opening April 21st and 22nd at the Davis and Blevins

    New Artist New Work Exhibit in St Jo. Honored to be included . You will see some of my latest woodcuts there. Hope you can join me.

  • Reductive Block Printing:Save a Tree!

    Achieve multi colored prints through stencils and reductive carving during this one day intensive . Learn registration techniques and watercolor effects with litho inks. Clean up will be human and earth friendly. Deadline for sign up 9/8/12. Womenprintmakers.com take the class and enjoy the evening in Austin.

  • Part of the Dallas Arts Calendar

    Whoo Hooo I am Miss October! Texas Pride is reproduced in this quality publication. Work is up right now at the Artist Showplace Gallery Dallas.

  • Classes for teens are humming along

    Tuesdays 4:30PM -5:45 Drawing and Printmaking . This class fluctuates between the two disciplines and encourage students to follow their creative bliss. Artists are challenged to push imagery past the obvious. Composition and mastery of medium is honed. The opportunity to participate in national and international projects are facilitated. $80 per month materials included.

    Thursdays 4:20PM-5:35PM Art of the Month. As the title implies a new medium is explored each month. This class expands into three dimensions. Sculpture, Jewelry, installations, and of course a bit of printing along the way. Opportunity to participate in national and international projects are encouraged. $80 per month materials included.

  • INTUITIVE Woodblock Monotype Workshop

    February 18th 10AM-4PM at my studio 2nd floor at the Art House of McKinney.
    Loosen up . Be open to possibilities and let the image develop before your eyes with successive runs through the press and hand printing. We will be using stencils and woodcuts, Playing with color and altering transparency of ink with additives. We will work with highly pigmented lithography inks. Clean up with veggie oil and simple green. Each student will be issued two woodblocks to manipulate during class and a sheet of beautiful Japanese paper.Additional sheets will be available for purchase at $7 a sheet. Please bring carving tools.Paper Arts in Dallas is a wonderful source of tools. You know you will want to do more when you go home. I will have sets available for your use as well. Cost is $80. Please sign up by February 11th. I will have time to prep supplies accordingly.

  • McKinney Farmers Market

    I will be at the McKinney Farmers Market this season 2012 at Chestnut square. I will be selling some of my latest prints. Chester the cat will be modeling for me as I continue my illustrations for the childrens book he is starring in. The proceeds from the book will be donated to Chestnut Square and the McKinney Art and Music Guild.


    Technology is a wonderful thing at times. Now accepting credit card payments.I will also have gift certificates available at the studio to make gift giving for any occasion that much easier.

  • Exciting workshops for the New Year.

    Woodcarving with MDF
    January 14th Saturday 10AM-5PM $80
    Age 10 and up.
    Design and carve an image that will be printed on paper and fabric. We will use the etching press in the studio to make original wearable art. We will print bandannas in class. Bring a cotton T to run through the press as well. Carving tools will be available for use in class.

    Gelatin Monotypes
    January 15th Sunday 1PM-4PM $45
    Age 9 and up
    No carving required in this process of making colorful intuitive prints. We will work with stencils, natural materials, fabrics for texture and waterbased inks. Materials provided. Students may wish to bring a selection of stamps or flowers they may be interested in experimenting with.

  • Offering two workshops at the Art Loft on the Square

    Intro to Linocut prints
    February 4th Saturday 10AM-4PM $60
    We will work on postcard size love inspired themes for Valentines Day. Carving tools, a plate and paper will be provided. Give the gift of art making.
    Sign up through Debra Linker debra@debralinker,com 972-345-6311
    110E Louisiana McKinney

    Whiteline Print
    April 27th Friday 10AM-4PM $90
    We will create 6"X 8" multicolored prints through the use of this technique developed in 1915 New England. One woodblock, one carving tool, watercolors and a spoon. We will cover image transfer to the block, carving and inking techniques. A brief history with examples for inspiration will also be covered. Students should come to class with drawings and or photo reference, a selection of watercolors or gouache in tube or pan form. The whitelines are carved creating moats around our color fields.
    Sign up through Debra Linker

  • Provincetown Print workshop sign up.

    Time to sign up for the Provincetown Print workshop at Burning Bone Press in Houston. Class is offered October 8th. Deadline for sign up is the 5th. Contact Burning Bones Press for registration.

  • Returned from Whiteline experience where it all started

    Returned from Provincetown, Mass. where whiteline printmaking developed. I enjoyed an intensive workshop with Kathye Smith granddaughter of Ferol Sibley a Whiteline master. Looking forward to sharing even more information with workshop participants and students here in McKinney and beyond.

  • Drawing/Printmaking Class time change

    Drawing/Printmaking class will begin by 4:30PM and end at 5:45PM .

  • Workshops for Adults

    Cool weather will be upon us soon I hope. October 2nd Saturday 10AM-3PM. Gelatin Monotypes. No carving required. A user friendly class for those interested in making unique images. Stencils, natural materials, waterbased inks are all utilized in making art. $70

    October 23rd Saturday10-5PM time to use the etching press and see what we can do. Dry point etching of plexi plates with chine colle. Draw directly into the surface of the plexiglass plate no need for harsh chemicals. The class will cover technique, inking, printing a small edition and the use of decorative papers to place an accent in your composition. $90

    More workshops coming soon....
    Register for workshops through the contact portion of this site.

  • Classes for Fall 2011

    Classes begin September 6th Register via contact on this website

    New This Fall Tuesdays 4:20- 5:35PM Printmaking /Drawing . Explore the many facets of creating an image and multiples through a series of hands on print experiences. Hand printing, carving and the use of the etching press will be covered. For the serious student aged 8 through teens. $80 per month materials included

    An oldie but a goodie Art of the Month will return Thursdays 4:20-5:35PM Back again with new projects and a deeper investigation into mediums previously explored. For students 8 through teens interested in developing their skills in a focused setting. $80 per month materials included.

  • Burning Bones Press

    I have been asked to bring Texas Pride back to Houston to be printed on their new uber press. Two more pulls of the image are slated . I will be offering a class there as well in October 2011. The weekend of October 8th.

  • whiteline print workshop austin

    Women Printmakers of Austin hosting me to teach a Whiteline print workshop in August. Class is $80 for a one day intensive. Sign up at womenprintmakers.com * This class is FULL* Come visit me in Houston at Burning Bones Press the weekend of October 8th for Whiteline.

  • steamroller print event a success

    Texas Pride was my answer to the 7 deadly sin challenge from Print Houston. I have adopted Texas as my home and what better way to celebrate all things Texan than to give a nod to imagry found in Texas Regionalst art. My 3'x5' multicolor woodcut included a mockingbird wearing a Tom Mix hat, a sheriff star,and a pair of custom boots decorated with the Alamo, the state flag, and a yellow rose. The landscape referred to oil ,cactus and extreme weather.
    The Houston , and San Antonio artists were wonderful to work with. Over 50 artists participated. Their combined expertise and enthusiasm made the event a success. Looking forward to many projects in the future.

  • Vote for the McKinney Art House for the best kids art classes on the dmagazine website.

    Whooo Hoooo we are a finalist in the catagory. Voting goes through May 29th. Vote often . Thank you!


    Working on a 3 foot X 5 foot relief print for the event. I am also carving plates to make a multicolor print that will complete the event. Check out Print Matters on the web. Wonderful organization hosting Print Houston the month of June.


    Introductory Printmaking Camp. June27-30th 9AM -12 noon. For students age 7 years and above. Cost is $180 per student.Class size limited to 6. Three major print techniques will be covered. We will begin with waterbased monotypes , move to relief prints,and finish with monoprints. All materials will be provided, paper, inks, matrices and instruction. Children should come to camp with sketchbooks and an idea of what they would like to reproduce in print form. This is an excellent overview of techniques students will be able to apply to artistic projects in the future. Registration and payment required by June 20th.

    July 11-14th Jewelry Camp ages 8 and up. 9:30-12:30. For students age 8 years and above .Learn to make rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets. All materials included. $180 per camper. Registration and payment required by July

    Adult Printmaking Workshops

    April 16th How to Linoleum carving and printing 10-5 $90 Students will learn how to transfer their designs to linoleum, proper carving technique and inking. We will hand print and use the etching press to make a mini edition of prints. Students will go home with a set of Speedball tools to continue their adventures at home. RSVP and payment due by April 13th.

    April 30th Gelatin monotypes 10-1 $60 No carving required. A free form of printing with waterbased inks, brushes, stencils, and found materials. Learn registration, application of inks, printing and how to make your own plate at home. RSVP and payment due April 26

    June 25th Whiteline Prints 10-5 $80 Let us carve and print as they did in Provincetown in the year 1915. Learn a painterly way to make multicolor images with one block of wood. No press required.
    White line printmaking originated in Provincetown Mass in 1915. Followers of Arthur Wesley Dow and the Columbia Teachers College in NYC developed a process that required little expense: Pine boards, a knife, a silver spoon, a selection of watercolor paint and light weight fine papers. The overall style made reference to Japanese and Cubist influences.The subject matter of these prints were consistent with the artists surroundings:landscapes, still lifes, figure studies, town scenes etc. The process has been passed down from one woman printmaker to another. Happily this is a non toxic process easy to produce in a studio. RSVP and payment due June 13th.

    July 9th Reductive Color Printing with Linoleum 10-5 $90 With a single linoleum plate we will go step by step in creating a multi color edition of prints. RSVP and payment due June 27th.

  • Remember April 9th McKinney Art Walk in downtown

    I will be doing print demos at Orisons Art Gallery on the square. Monoprints and linocuts. Stop by to see the process and peruse the art. It should be a banner day.

  • Workshops under development for rest of 2011

    I am working on dates for the following workshops:
    Gelatin monotypes
    Intro to relief printing
    Reductive color printing with linoleum
    White Line woodblock printing

  • Busy Busy Time of Year

    Show schedule for March:
    3/12-3/26 Under Pressure Show at the Pump Arts Gallery in East Austin. Opening 3/12 Sat.

    An exposition of Los Naipes at the Museum Maguncia in Buenos Aires Argentina. Opening March 19th.

    March 12th Kathryn Heard -Craig Juried Exhibition and sale Juried by Mary Vernon. Received two awards Saturday evening!

    My work will be on display at Orisons in downtown McKinney TX for Second Saturday and thereafter.

  • It is Cold out there!

    Thursday Feb. 3rd Art of the month class and Baubles and Brainstorms Meeting cancelled.Art of the Month will resume next Thursday. Baubles will also be rescheduled for next Thursday to complete our round robin Valentine necklace.

  • White Line Workshop Offering at the WPA Studio in Austin ,TX

    Happy to kick off the 2011 workshop season of the Women Printmakers of Austin this February 12-13th 10AM-5 PM both days. Check out the WPA website to sign up womenprintmakers.com


    Visit the Goddard Art School in downtown Ardmore Oklahoma for a solo show of my work. Examples of woodcuts, linocuts, gelatin monotypes are on display through February 27th.I will be leading a Gallery Discussion with examples of wood and linoleum plates at 2PM the 27th.

  • Lecture and Gelatin workshop a success

    It was a fun time for all this month at the Farmer's Branch / Carrolton TX art Club. I discussed different relief printing forms and then it was all hands on. Gelatin printing masterpieces from all involved. A big thank you to Toni Wengler for the invitation to share what I love.

  • Gearing up for the Multiples show in Austin.

    I'll be bringing my new workshop press to do live demos of drypoint and relief printing. December 14th 6-9PM opening at the Doughterty Art Center downtown Austin.

  • Collograph Workshop a Success

    Great time in Austin at the WPA studio. It was busy inside and outside the studio. Last weekend was the East Austin tour.

  • A lot going on this weekend:

    MAST, Work at SJS Gallery, McKinney Library and Cafe Malaga. Whooo! Busy yet fun time. This Second Saturday in downtown McKinney will be hopping. Hope to see you there.

  • SJS Show

    Taking Flight at the SJS Gallery in McKinney. Show through the 8th of November. KD and I hung it salon style from floor to ceiling. Lots of colorful and complementary work to be seen.

  • Collagraph workshop offered in Austin

    I'll be doing a one day collagraph workshop in Austin with the Women printmakers of Austin November 20th. http://womenprintmakers.com/
    Make a weekend of it and join me in beautiful Austin!

  • Studio Tours

    MAST McKinney Artist Studio Tours are being held November 13th and 14th. Cost is $5 per ticket. See the artists and where they work during this a fun weekend.Artists will be doing demonstrations of their art.

  • McKinney Public Library Downtown Location

    The McKinney Public Library is hosting a sampling of MAST artist's work on the first floor. Come on by and view photography, printmaking and painting.Remember MAST is November 13-14th .

  • Classes for Fall 2010

    Looking forward to an exciting year of creating art.

    Although McKinney ISD has reorganized schedules I have decided to keep most of the same starting times for classes. This year we will be organizing a student art show at The Historic Art House after the first of the year.Classes for Fall 2010 will begin the first week of September. Class size is limited.

    Tuesday 5-6:15PM Drawing. Elements of design and composition will be addressed through the use of multiple media and timed exercises. We will begin with the basics and quickly tackle more involved set ups. Cost is $80 per month. All materials are included.

    Thursday 4:20-5:45PM Art of the Month. A different media will be explored as the title suggests. Students are encouraged to work in a project based manner. For returning students they will be challenged to build upon their previously learned skill sets. Two and three dimensional projects will be covered. Cost is $80 per month. Materials included.

  • Presentation at the Texas Regionalist Art Symposium

    The day was a success! It was a pleasure to share my love for printmaking with such a marvelous crowd of art collectors, historians,curators,and students. A banner day.

  • Dates for Fall workshops announced:

    Fall Printmaking Workshops are here
    October 16th Saturday 9:30Am-12:30 Gelatin monotypes
    October 31st Sunday Whiteline Woodblock Private Party
    November 6th Saturday Whiteline Woodblock Class 10AM-5PM break for lunch
    December 5th Saturday Reduction Linoleum Cut 10AM-5PM break for lunch.
    Gelatin three hour workshop is $60 per person.
    White line and reduction are $80 per person.
    To register contact me through this website a week prior to start of class.


  • Presenting at the Patricia Avery Art Symposium in Mckinney

    I am looking forward to explaining different printing processes to the general public and collectors of fine art. It is an honor to be able to do this at such a fine venue. This is all part of my ongoing passion to share printmaking and its art to a wider audience. Hope to see you there in October.

  • Hot Print Show in Austin

    Pleased my image Eagles Wing made the postcard and adverts for this amazing show of fellow Austin Women Printmakers. The Pump Project Art Gallery is a dynamic venue on the East side of Austin. You may view the virtual gallery at the WPA site.

  • Anderson Ranch Karen Kunc Contemporary Woodcut workshop

    Ah Colorado is such a lovely place especially in the summer months. 105 Dallas 45 degrees in the AM Snowmass. Total immersion , wonderful workshop mates, excellent facilities and of course instructor. I walked away with 40 new prints. That was in a period of only 5 days! Ambrosia! Of course I am eager to share what I have learned. Check out my workshops coming in August and throughout 2010.

  • Made the top 50 for the Juried Prints for Peace Exhibition in Mexico

    Thrilled my work Illuminate was featured on the 2010 Prints for Peace poster. The Exhibition is held at the Tecnologico de Monterray beginning June 16th. An honor and pleasure to make work that promotes peace.

  • Printmaking Workshops for the summer

    July 10th 1-5PM 502N Kentucky Studio. Monotype Workshop. Bring your sketches, photographs or whatever may inspire you. We will be working with water based materials to create one of a kind (Monotype) images. No carving is required.Monotypes are a perfect way to work through ideas no matter what your skill level or exposure to art is. High quality printmaking paper,mark making materials,instruction and just plain fun are included.Learn to use an etching press in the process. Cost is $80 per person.Class limited to 6. Registration and payment required one day prior to class.

    July 17th 9AM-1PM White line Color Woodblock Workshop Bring your sketches, photographs, coloring books whatever may inspire you. We will cover how to carve Japanese woodblock material and print multi colors with one block using the white line technique. Paper, water based pigment,registration technique, use of carving tools provided.Cost is $80 per person.class size limited to 6.Registration and payment required by July 5th in order to guarantee delivery of Japanese blocks by class date.

  • Introductory Printmaking Camp

    Introductory Printmaking Camp. July 12-16th 9AM -12 noon. For students age 7 years and above. Cost is $180 per student.Class size limited to 6. Three major print techniques will be covered. We will begin with waterbased monotypes , move to relief prints,and finish with silkscreen. All materials will be provided, paper, inks, matrices and instruction. Children should come to camp with sketchbooks and an idea of what they would like to reproduce in print form. This is an excellent overview of techniques students will be able to apply to artistic projects in the future. Registration and payment required by July 6th.

  • Color printmaking demonstration at Uptown Gallery

    June 12th 6-9 PM I will be doing a new color white line woodblock printmaking method at Uptown Gallery during Second Saturday. Come out and enjoy the view.

  • Art work highlighted with the upcoming Hot Print Show in Austin

    My lino cut print "Eagles Wing" is showcased on the latest postcard advertising the Hot Print Show In Austin , TX. Opening is July 1st and will run through August. http://womenprintmakers.com/portfolio/photo_postcardweb2.jpg
    Visit my online gallery at the Women Printmakers of Austin website.

  • Classes condensed to Tuesdays at the studio during Summer months to allow for mini Print workshops

    Drawing and Art of the Month have been rescheduled for Tuesdays at the studio. Printmaking in many forms are always part of the equation. Reductive woodblock printing as well as mono printing with the Rembrandt press are in full force. Thrilled with the beautiful work of my students.

  • Printmaking technique presentation at the brown bag lunch at the Heard Craig

    I have a wonderful time discussing a variety of printmaking techniques at the Heard Craig. Looking forward to educating the general public on printmaking now and in the future.

  • Exchanges completed: Prints for Peace, Oregon Ink Spot, and Playing cards for Peru

  • You May find my work at The Uptown Gallery In McKinney

    The Uptown Gallery on the square in McKinney is showing my work. At present I have a selection of oil based atmospheric monotypes on view. Color color color! Check it out.
    Update: Soon a bevy of linocuts will grace the walls at Uptown. Carving up a storm.

  • Classes for Summer

    I will continue both my Drawing class on Tuesday afternoons from 6-7PM and Art of the Month 4:20-5:35PM at my studio. Students should express their interest during the month of May so schedules may be accommodated .

  • Presently working on my prints for inclusion in the Echoes Show at laura Moores Gallery

    People will probably be shocked to see I have embraced color in my work. Linocuts with gelatin printmaking techniques will offer yet another dimension to my vision. The show is August 14th - September 8th 2010. Laura always does an amazing job of showing art in its best light. We are fortunate to have such a magnificent professional venue to exhibit our labor.

  • Time for Print exchanges

    Thrilled to learn the Baren Exchange #43 will be shown in Cumbria England.
    Also working on Playing Cards for Peru and Prints for Peace in Mexico, Baren Forum #25, and Austin Women Printmakers exchange for this summer.

  • Mockingbird linocuts will roost on Sarah Dedman's North Texas Artists Blog

    It was a pleasure working with Sarah. A fellow meet up organizer, her love of all art forms has inspired her to create a blog that will highlight artists of North Texas. Keep posted I will list the site once it is up and running.I created three Mockingbird linoleum images for her site. If you love them as much as I you may purchase them individually from me. I am pulling a limited edition of each bird.

  • Woodblock printmaking workshop in May

    Woodblock Printmaking workshop will be begin in May. Wednesday mornings 10AM-noon at my studio at 502N Kentucky. $90 for the series. $10 studio fee. Cost covers instruction, woodblock plate, Bench hook to take home, water based ink, two sheets of high quality printing paper and use of carving tools during class time. Sign up through this website. Payment due prior to start of class.

  • Printmaking demo Second Saturday

    Uptown Gallery on Second Saturday 6PM-10PM I will be doing a linocut carving and printing demonstration. May 8th
    Update: The evening was a fun filled one. As usual i am thrilled to share printing with others. Second Saturday events will continue each month. Keep posted for other Hubner sightings.

  • printmaking demonstration this evening Friday at the MPAC center in downtown McKinney

    Check out the Collin County Art Show and my printmaking demonstration at MPAC this evening 5-7PM. This will be a fine kick off for an art filled weekend. Saturday the 10th I will be at Cumberland Tree Farm at noon then Orisons by 5PM and then over to he Uptown Gallery for their big grand opening. You will find my work at the Art Show, Orisons and Uptown this weekend. Whew!

    UPDATE*What an exciting evening in downtown McKinney. Second Saturday was a major success. At times we had standing room only crowds in Orisons and viewers two deep in front of the window watching the printing demonstration.Thank you to all who came out to support McKinney artists. See you next month.*

  • Art Classes offered at my studio Spring 2010

    My classes are made for students age 7 years and above. All class sizes are limited so each student is assured individualized attention.
    Tuesday 5-6PM Drawing,Tuesday 6-7:15PM Drawing/Printmaking,
    Thursday 4:20-5:35PM Art of the Month, Thursday 6-7:15PM Drawing/Printmaking,
    First Thursday of the Month 7:30PM-9PM Baubles and Brainstorms Jewelry Meet up.
    Friday 9:30-11:30AM Homeschool Art.
    Jewelry, mosaic, and printmaking workshops may be arranged for groups of 3 or more by contacting me via email.

  • One Day Gelatin Printmaking Workshop Offered at my studio 502N Kentucky

    Sign up for either April 24 or April 25th. 1-5PM. Class limited to 6 participants. Plate, paper, inks, brayers supplied. $70 per person. Gelatin printmaking is a superb introduction to printing. No experience is necessary. No carving tools required, nor do you need to use a press. We use water based ink and clean up is a breeze. This is truly an art form you may do in your home. Sign up through this website by April 22.